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New exhibitions at the Petah Tikva Museum

New exhibitions at the Petah Tikva Museum
Yedidya Hershberg

This spring, The Petach Tikva Museum of Art is bursting with new and exciting exhibitions that will open on March 14th, and will incorporate amazing works from burgeoning and veteran leading Israeli artists

©Ronit Goldschmidt. gouache on paper

Among the exhibitions:

Central space - Keeping at Distance: On Intimacy in Contemporary Painting

An exhibition devoted to contemporary Israeli painting, which has undergone a revival in recent years, and continues to remain relevant today. The participating painters share the reality that is close to their lives in their work and embody an intimate, yet basic, experience of being in the world.

Curator: Liza Gershuni
Among the artists are: Alex Broitman, Aram Gershuni, David Nipo, Lilith Chambon, Pesach Slabosky, and others.

14/03/2019 - 29/06/2019

© Alex Broitman 2017

© David Nipo

© Iddo Markus

Solo exhibition - Naomi Slaney: Seven Days

Naomi Slaney, an artist engaged in the design and interweaving of flowers, will create an installation which touches the intimate experiences and duality that come from the profession of flower arranging, as a guest in a moment of the lives of strangers who wish to commemorate the celebrations of life, such as weddings and births, but also the difficult times of death and bereavement - through flowers. 

Curator: Or Tshuva
14/03/2019 - 09/06/2019

Collection Gallery - Painting from the Museum Collection

Selected works of leading artists from the collection of the Petach Tikva Museum.

Curator: Sigal Kehat Krinski
Among the artists are: Moshe Kupferman, Lea Nikel, Khen Shish, Gabi Ben-Zano, Anton Biderman, Abel Pann, Eva Freiberger and others.

14/03/2019 - 29/05/2019

© Abel Pann

The Petah Tikva Museum, Yad Labanim 30 arlozorov st. pob 1, petach tikva.  03-9286300

Opening hours: Mon. Wed. Fri. Sat. 10:00-14:00 Tue. Thu. 16:00-20:00

Zohar Fraiman, BB, 145x115 cm, oil on canvas, 2018

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